Monday, July 16, 2012

Make a Will Online--The Easy Way

There are two things in this life that no one can escape--death and taxes.  True, some have been able to cheat their way out of taxes, but death cannot be cheated.  It will happen to all of us sooner or later.  And it is extremely important that you are prepared.  I know, this is not something any of us like to talk about or think about, but it is something everyone should think about.  If you have not guessed yet, I am talking about making a will.

In the old days, when someone made their last will and testament, his/her options were limited.  Basically, you had to go see a solicitor and go through the rigmarole and expense of making a legal will through your solicitor.  It was inadvisable to make a will on your own without the help of legal counsel.  And, of course, if you want to put forth the time, money, and effort to do that, be my guest.

However, in these modern times, there is an easy way.  You can go online to  and very easily make your own will online.  With this process, what used to take weeks can take as little as a few minutes.  All an English or Welsh person has to do is visit the site, create his/her own free account, answer some simple questions about what he/she wants done with his/her possessions following his/her death, and the process will be nearly done.

I am sure that the thought that comes to your mind is:  "Is this really legal?"  That is a common concern when doing something like this online.  Thanks to the unique software this site uses, the will that is created is fully legal.  A team of experts checks it for errors, and you can rest assured that this will is free from errors and legal.  

Once payment is received via paypal (GBP29.50 for a single will, GBP39.50 for a pair of wills), the document is sent securely to the user.  Instructions accompany it so that the user can get the document witnessed and store it properly.  If you were to go to a solicitor, I am certain you would pay considerably more (and it would take a lot longer).  

So, what do you think?  Are you ready to take advantage of this service and take care of this obligation as soon as possible?  None of use are guaranteed tomorrow, so as they say, don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today. And I think that this is one of those things that should be tended to sooner rather than later.  Also, don't forget to make sure your will is up to date.  Life happens, and things do change.


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